In more than one interview, Pete Rose noted that he doesnt understand why anyone whos in the baseball Hall of Fame isnt a first-ballot Hall of Famer. After all, he said, its not as if the player became better in his second, fifth or 10th year of eligibility.
Museums have not been immune to the nations economic meltdown Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Arts endowment has calamitously plunged and Cincinnatis Contemporary Arts Center had to lay off five people, including its public relations director.
Kevin Osborne's article - Considering 'Life Peace Zones' - (issue of Oct. 1) really made my neck veins pop. The establishment of so-called "life peace zones" is just a transparent attempt to thwart a constitutionally guaranteed right and to ram Catholic orthodoxy down our throats.
This year's incoming college freshmen finally have arrived on campus, and the stress of applications and the excitement of the admissions process have wound down. A newfound freedom awaits, but with it comes an immersion into a new social life that current students say can be extremely overwhelming at times.
All you need to know about what’s wrong with Cincinnati City Council elections is that every two years candidates try to finish ninth. If you can finish ninth in a citywide election here, you’re in charge.
Chances are, if you went out to see live original music in Cincinnati in the late '80s/early '90s, you've likely seen Jim Antonio on stage. Antonio was one of the best frontmen in town when he led Lizard 99, an Art Punk band in the vein of early Jane's Addiction.
Shortly after those early raucous shows where the band forged its sound and themes — love of felines, distrust of corpo rate entities, an appreciation for murder and multiple references to political hot topics — their debut album, The Only Tourist in Town.